Groups and Organisations

This section contains recordings that are about organisations or groups.


Agender New Zealand

Agender New ZealandCherise Witehira, president of Agender New Zealand, talks about how the organisation supports transgender people and their families. Cherise also talks about transitioning and some of the issues transgender people face in 2012...

Published: May 2012

Archives New Zealand

Archives New ZealandDonal Raethel, a senior archivist at Archives New Zealand, talks about some of the "wonderous treasures" held in the archive relating to rainbow communities including: homosexual law reform and civil union material, items on Dr Hjelman von Danneville, Amy Bock, Charles Mackay and drag...

Published: October 2016

Charlotte Museum

Charlotte MuseumMiriam Saphira and Jenny Rankine talk about the Charlotte Museum. The museum collects and preserves artefacts of lesbian culture such as labrys, music, theatre, film, literature, art and other memorabilia from early lesbian life in New Zealand...

Published: September 2010

Feminist Queer Book Group

Feminist Queer Book GroupGeorge Mapplebeck talks about the Feminist Queer Book Group in Wellington...

Published: May 2010

GALS - Gay and Lesbian Singers

GALS - Gay and Lesbian SingersCatherine Lee and Ashley Barratt talk about New Zealand's first LGBTI choir...

Published: April 2012

Q-topia and Forge

Q-topia and ForgeJoe talks about the Christchurch youth groups Q-topia and Forge...

Published: May 2010

LAGANZ

LAGANZRoger Swanson talks about the history and purpose of LAGANZ - The Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand...

Published: September 2010

Lesbian Programme

Lesbian ProgrammePrue Hyman talks about the Lesbian Programme which has been broadcasting since the mid-1980's on Access Radio in Wellington...

Published: September 2010

LILAC

LILACHannah Ho learns about the history and activities of LILAC - the Lesbian Information, Library and Archives Centre...

Published: September 2010

LGRRC and LAGANZ

LGRRC and LAGANZOn the 30th anniversary of the arson attack (11 September 1986) on the Lesbian and Gay Rights Resource Centre in Wellington, LAGANZ curator Linda Evans reflects on what it meant for archiving of rainbow taonga in Aotearoa New Zealand. Linda also talks about...

Published: September 2016

Out in the Bay

Out in the BayEric Jansen talks about Out in the Bay - a weekly queer radio show in San Francisco...

Published: 2008

Out Loud radio

Out Loud radioNoah Miller talks about the creation of Out Loud radio in San Francisco...

Published: 2008

OverWatch

OverWatchSquadron Leader Stu Pearce talks about OverWatch - a group that provides support and guidance to the New Zealand Defence Force’s rainbow community...

Published: February 2013

Rainbow taonga at Te Papa

Rainbow taonga at Te PapaHistory curators Stephanie Gibson and Lynette Townsend showcase some of the many rainbow taonga held in the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa...

Published: August 2016

Rainbow Youth

Rainbow YouthThomas Hamilton and Sam Shore talk about the history and aims of Rainbow Youth in Auckland...

Published: September 2010

The Women's Bookshop

The Women's BookshopCarole Beu talks about establishing The Women's Bookshop - an independent bookshop which opened in Auckland in 1989...

Published: June 2013

Wellington Gay and Lesbian Helpline

Wellington Gay and Lesbian HelplineChris Pugsley and Jo Morrison talk about the history and activities of the Wellington Gay and Lesbian Helpline...

Published: September 2010